Re-Framing the Service Desk
Posted on Friday 10 August 2018.
by Rob Beswick, Head of Membership, SDI This blog is probably not aimed at you, and when I say you, I mean a service desk professional who is possibly a member of SDI. This blog is aimed at a specific few in other areas of the business; they may not usually venture here, but
Avoiding Burnout: reducing stress and increasing job satisfaction
Posted on Wednesday 8 August 2018.
by Scarlett Bayes, Industry Analyst, SDI I attended a BCS event recently titled Bots, Burnout, and Blame, presented by Matthew Bellringer, founder of Meaningbit. Matthew detailed what burnout is, what causes it, changes individuals can make in their work environment to avoid burnout, and how organisations can begin to break the culture which can
10 steps to providing a better Employee Experience
Posted on Tuesday 7 August 2018.
by Sumit De, Head of Consultancy, TOPdesk We’re in the age of Employee Experience. It’s been a gradual transition, but employees now expect much more from their employers than they did in the past – not least when it comes to services. How can Service Management meet the demands of the modern employee? Employee Experience
The Impact of GDPR on the Service Desk
Posted on Thursday 2 August 2018.
by Sunil Mohal, SAS Management Inc When an organization operates a centralized point of engagement with its customers, we typically refer to that point as a Service Desk, a Call Centre or a Contact Centre. Quite often these terms are casually interchanged. From a Service Management perspective, the Service Desk “is the primary